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Effective Compliance Program

$50.00

Speakers: Ana Maria De Alba & Ana L. Pereira

May 29th, 2013 – 1:00 p.m. EST (English)  

With increasing regulations in many industries, organizations must not only show that they have compliance and ethics programs in place, but also be capable of demonstrating that their programs are actually working.

Effective ethics and compliance programs are the foundation to building a culture of integrity. While there is no magic wand that will create this culture there does exist a common theme among organizations that have done this successfully. If you look at the basis of each, you will find the Seven Pillars under every foundation.

The Seven Pillars of an effective ethics and compliance program originated out of the formation of the U.S. Sentencing Commission (USSC) in 1984 by Congress in an effort to create enforceable, universal sentencing guidelines for comparable crimes.

An effective program based on these principles delivers a strong defence where the illegal behaviour of employees or executives may give rise to corporate liability.

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Effective Compliance Program (Purchase/Adquiera)

Speakers: Ana Maria De Alba & Ana L. Pereira

May 29th, 2013 – 1:00 p.m. EST (English)  

With increasing regulations in many industries, organizations must not only show that they have compliance and ethics programs in place, but also be capable of demonstrating that their programs are actually working.

Effective ethics and compliance programs are the foundation to building a culture of integrity. While there is no magic wand that will create this culture there does exist a common theme among organizations that have done this successfully. If you look at the basis of each, you will find the Seven Pillars under every foundation.

The Seven Pillars of an effective ethics and compliance program originated out of the formation of the U.S. Sentencing Commission (USSC) in 1984 by Congress in an effort to create enforceable, universal sentencing guidelines for comparable crimes.

An effective program based on these principles delivers a strong defence where the illegal behaviour of employees or executives may give rise to corporate liability.